Royal Ontario Museum Tickets in Toronto, ON
100 Queen's Park • Toronto, ON M5S2C6
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto is Canada's largest museum of art, culture and nature, and is one of the largest museums in North America. Royal Ontario Museum tickets provide access to over 30 galleries and exhibition spaces showcasing a world-class collection of over 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens.
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The Royal Ontario Museum is located north of Queen's Park, in the University of Toronto district. The address is 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada.Where can I park?
University of Toronto's St. George campus which is next to the ROM has parking lots and metered street parking. There is also paid parking lots and garages nearby.Is the museum appropriate for children?
Yes, the Royal Ontario Museum is fun, entertaining and educational for all ages.Is the Royal Ontario Museum wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Royal Ontario Museum is wheelchair accessible.Can I leave and re-enter on the same day?
Yes, Royal Ontario Museum tickets are good for the entire day.Can I bring my camera?
Yes. Photography with flash and video recording is permitted in most permanent galleries for personal use only, with hand-held equipment. The use of selfie sticks, tripods, monopods, etc. is not permitted. Photography may not be permitted in special exhibitions. Signs will be clearly posted in galleries where photography restrictions are in effect.How long is the tour?
Plan to spend about 3 to 5 hours.Can I bring my own food and drink?
Yes, but you can only eat and drink it in the food hall.Can I bring my pet?
Only service animals are allowed.What are the Royal Ontario Museum hours of operation?
The Royal Ontario Museum is open daily from 10 AM to 5:30 PM. Hours subject to change.Are bags or backpacks permitted inside?
Visitors are encouraged to leave valuables, large bags, and other personal belongings at home. All bags entering the Museum, including purses, are subject to inspection. Large backpacks must be carried at your side to avoid putting museum objects at risk. When worn, backpacks extend your personal space, making accidents more likely. Backpack-style child carriers, wagons, or other pull vehicles are not permitted in the Museum.